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The men’s fusion wardrobe is trending on Instagram

Trending: A man in a black coat and a blue hat was photographed on the subway wearing a pair of blue trousers and a white button-down shirt.

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The trend started when a woman in New York City made a video showing how to wear a men’s suit jacket and tie, as well as a mens suit and tie combo.

Now, there are over 100 million men’s suits and ties on Instagram, according to The New York Times, and the trend is becoming more and more mainstream.

The men in the video also wear a pair that looks like a suit jacket, but with a tie, which can be worn by women, or worn by men.

The fashion is not only a way to show off the men in your life, it also encourages people to dress in different ways.

For instance, a man in his 50s can wear a black suit, and a man with a mustache and glasses can wear one that looks a lot like a men.

As the trend continues to gain traction, it’s getting more and better.

There’s a trend of men wearing suits and tie-up shirts, as the trend of wearing suit jackets to work has also picked up.

The New Yorkers in the YouTube video are wearing suits that are a mix of suits and t-shirts, and some have ties on their jackets, according the New York Daily News.

In addition to men wearing a mix, there is a trend for people to wear suits on the beach, in the snow, or in the rain.

These are just some of the examples of people wearing suits, according TOJO.

And then there are the people wearing ties, which are just the latest trend in men’s clothing.

A recent Instagram post by a man wearing a suit shirt and tie read: This is my first suit, I hope you like it!

I hope everyone can understand this is me and not a friend.

The man then goes on to describe how the ties make his suit look like a “man suit.”

It’s a style that has become popular with men who want to be seen as different, according Tojo.

Men are getting the opportunity to show their individuality, he said.

While the men who are wearing a man suit are still wearing their suits to work, the trend has also spread beyond work, to sports teams, movie studios, and businesses like Starbucks and Burger King.

This is all part of the evolution of the men-wear industry.

“The men’s industry has grown and grown, and that’s a great thing,” said Tojo, who was formerly a fashion director at Dior and owns his own fashion business, which includes a line of men’s apparel.

“Now the women’s fashion is very different from the men.

They are getting a chance to show a little more skin, and it’s just a little bit more masculine.

There are some guys that are really into this, and they’re really into being masculine.

But that’s not what they wear.”

The trend is taking off as well for women, as more and less men are taking on the role of dress-up and have been wearing men’s clothes to work.

“I think the men are going through some changes,” said Jessica McDonough, who started her own men’s business, McDonogh’s, in 2013.

“They’re starting to think about what it means to be manly and what it’s like to be a man.

There have been a few guys that I have seen at my office, and one of them, he is a really good looking guy, and he’s wearing a menís suit and he just wears it to work.”

McDonoh, who is also a designer, also believes that the men have more of a say in the direction the men wear their clothes.

“Some of the more young guys are really trying to wear the suit in a different way than the older guys,” she said.

“But there are some of these guys who are like, ‘You know, I don’t like that.

It looks really masculine.

It doesn’t feel right.’

They don’t have to do that, and I think that’s what has happened.”

It could be argued that the trend for the men to wear suit jackets has more to do with the rise of women in the mens industry, and not the men themselves.

According to the New Yorker, women in fashion are the fastest growing demographic in the industry, with women now making up 13 percent of all fashion employees.

In 2016, men’s footwear accounted for $8 billion in revenue, according research firm eMarketer, while women accounted for only $4.7 billion.

The same study estimated that women’s footwear sales are predicted to grow by $9 billion over the next five years.

And while the men will always be the primary customers of men-owned businesses, it